Policy makers of governments in Africa in security. Military, police and civilian peacekeepers. Non-Governmental Organisations. Representatives from the Regional (AU) or Sub-Regional Economic Communities (RECs). Representatives from the National Peace Councils. Civil Society Organisations. Officials of the Ministries of Interior, Foreign Affairs and Justice.
Duration25th November – 6th December, 2019
The concept of Responsibility to Protect (R2P) was initiated at the UN in 2005, leaning on the work provided by the Canadian-led initiative of the International Commission on Intervention and State Security (ICISS). Clarification of the concept has been difficult and its application vexatious as well as disastrous. To contribute to the ongoing dialogue on the need to clarify the concept and also fill the gap in knowledge and information, the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) is scheduled to run a two-week course to provide the necessary professional training, requisite knowledge as well as the basic information on the concept of R2P.
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The programme is targeted at middle level women in Peace and Security. Based on the core principles of the WPS agenda which are Participation, Protection and Prevention, beneficiaries will broadly fall into the following groups: Participation: Women in PSO, mediation and negotiation, government etc. Protection: Women in Security Agencies and Government Prevention: Women in Civil Society Organisations, Community Based Organisations, Government etc.
DurationA two-week in-house training program followed by coaching and mentoring sessions
The Inspiring African Women Leaders in Peace and Security Programme is aimed at providing capacity-building and networking opportunities for women to increase leadership and participation in the peace and security environment.
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The course covers the history of UN policing, including synopses of key documents, such as Security Council resolution 2185 on policing in UN peace operations and the report of the High-Level Independent Panel on Peace Operations, and offers an overview of the structure and reporting lines of the UN Police Division and a typical peace operation. Specific chapters cover the four key pillars of the Strategic Guidance Framework: Operations, Command and Control, Administration, and Capacity-Building. The course also examines gender mainstreaming efforts within UN Police; the unique security needs of women and children; cultural considerations; and the role of UNPOL in addressing sexual and gender-based violence, serious and organized crime, and partnerships with other State, regional, and international rule of law institutions.
For further details about the course The Role of United Nations Police in Peace Operations, kindly follow the link.
The participants are expected to have an intermediate knowledge of peacebuilding mechanisms and/or structures, dynamics of internal armed conflicts, and a need or strong interest to learn about DDR. Invited participants are civil servants, diplomats, police, military personnel, academics and representatives from international and non-governmental organizations.
Duration04 to 15/11/2019
In this ten-day course, the participants will explore the concept of DDR and gain a deep understanding of its role within the international peacebuilding architecture. Furthermore, the course will cover a number of DDR-related tools and tangent thematic areas. The course will cover nine thematic areas:
- Introduction to DDR
- DDR planning in practice
- Security issues in DDR
- Transition processes
- Social issues in DDR
- Political issues in DDR
- Economic issues in DDR
- DDR and political processes
- A differentiated approach to DDR
For further information about the training course, Course on Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR), please follow the link.
The target group of the course is EU level personnel (including personnel from EU member states, European External Action Service, and EU missions and operations), both civilian and military, who wish to strengthen their capacity to integrate a gender perspective in their work.
Duration24 to 26 September 2019
The Folke Bernadotte Academy offers a course on gender integration in EU's CSDP (Common Security and Defence Policy) missions. The aim of the course is to enhance the capacity of personnel on the EU level to integrate a gender perspective on a day-to-day basis, by providing the necessary knowledge, tools and skills. The course will cover key concepts and an introduction to the policy framework on women, peace and security. It will also include methods for how to concretely implement work with a gender perspective at different mission levels and phases. The target group of the course is EU level personnel (including personnel from EU member states, European External Action Service, and EU missions and operations), both civilian and military, who wish to strengthen their capacity to integrate a gender perspective in their work. Deadline for application: 18/08/2019.
For further information about the training course, Integration of a Gender Perspective in CSDP, please follow the link.